University at Buffalo - Director of Assessment & Evaluation for University Life and Services

  • June 28, 2016 12:42 PM
    Message # 4105983
    Anonymous

    The Director of Assessment and Evaluation is responsible for advancing and managing a strategic assessment and evaluation function that informs and supports excellence in University Life and Services (ULS) initiatives. Responsibilities include developing strategic division­wide assessment plan; provide oversight and consultation to units on development of unit­specific assessment plans; serve as resource for maintaining data; and represent ULS interests in assessment and evaluation.   Find out more at: http://ubjobs.buffalo.edu, posting number 1600399

  • October 06, 2017 2:50 PM
    Reply # 5299713 on 4105983
    Anonymous

    I currently serve as an Assistant Teaching Professor for Penn State University in the College of Information Sciences and Technology at State College, University park. I teach at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The subject matter for the undergraduate level is focused on Advanced Integration and Interoperability (middleware), Business Information Systems and Information Technology Architecture Development, Database Design and Development, Data Science, and Project Management for which I am the state-wide chairman for IST 302 Project Management subject matter curriculum for the Pennsylvania State University system. The subject matter at the graduate level is focused on Enterprise Architecture with the emphasis on Business Process Architecture development based on a standard business modeling language.

    Prior to Penn State University, I have held several part-time academic positions, for example, Adjunct Professor at Syracuse University iSchool, Cornell University, Saint John Fisher College, State University of New York (SUNY), Resident Senior Fellow at Rochester Institute of Technology at Saunders College of Business, and I served as Senior Advisor to the University Alliance for SAP Studies at the University of Wisconsin as well as a Senior Fellow at Carnegie Mellon University as a Distinguished Lecturer for Systems/Software Architecture Development.

    Professional Academic Employment

    • Ø  IST College Assistant Teaching Professor for Penn State University 2015 – Present
    • Ø  Provide Lecturing/Subject Matter Expertise to the Enterprise Architecture Graduate Master’s Program,
    • Ø  Provide Lecturing/Subject Matter Expertise to the Information Sciences and Technology Bachelor of Science (ISTBS) degree programs, with an emphasis in Integration/Middleware, Architecture Development and Modeling (BPMN, EPC, BPEL, SOA, ADL, and UML), Relational Database Management, Systems/SQL/Procedural Languages, and Project Management,
    • Ø  State-wide chairman for IST 302 Project Management subject matter curriculum for the Pennsylvania State University system,
    • Ø  State-wide chairman for IST 421 Advanced Integration subject matter curriculum for the Pennsylvania State University system,
    • Ø  State-wide chairman for IST 424 Architecture Engineering Development subject matter curriculum for the Pennsylvania State University system,
    • Ø  Mentor and provide students support to their undergraduate capstone requirements for graduation specific to IST 440W course entitled, Information Systems and Technology Integration and Problem Solving for Information Sciences and Technology,
    • Ø  Provide technical insight and recommendations to administration IST course subject matter changes that are needed, for example, Data Science curriculum
    • Ø  Provide seminars to students and faculty relative to advances in cloud technologies, etc.


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